Hereford Cathedral Perpetual Trust is delighted and excited to announce that, for the first time in the cathedral’s history, the Nave of Hereford Cathedral is being transformed to host a highly prestigious evening of dining and entertainment.
We will be celebrating the feast on Thursday 30 May with a programme of special services.
On Friday 21 June we are hosting a symposium on international Jesuit culture, 1540–1700, with an evening concert of early Jesuit music, to celebrate the re-evaluation of the Cwm Jesuit Library which has been housed at Hereford Cathedral since 1679.
William Reddaway and Strider prepare for their mammoth journey travelling round England to raise funds for two charities.
The exhibition now on display in the south nave aisle of Hereford Cathedral marks the importance of our local orchards and has been created by groups of adults with learning disabilities and professional artists working in Herefordshire.
The new Cathedral Calling has now been published. Please click on the link below to view a downloadable colour version. Alternatively pick up a black and white printed copy from the cathedral.
Ben Giddens from Magdalen College Oxford, will be playing on Tuesday 21 May.
A series of lunchtime recitals have been planned for the spring on the new Yamaha grand piano which has been generously donated by the Friends of Hereford Cathedral. Taking place in College Hall at 1.15 pm admission is free with a retiring collection.
Learn new skills, make friends and enjoy working in a special place that has been welcoming visitors for over 1200 years.
Friday 17 May 2013
TV presenter Jules Hudson visited Hereford Cathedral last week to launch the 2013 Easter lily appeal.
Hereford Cathedral Choir is holding an open morning for prospective choristers at the cathedral on Saturday 9 March 2013 between 9.30 am and noon.
Hereford Cathedral has launched a new appeal as around £1/4 million is needed urgently to restore the roof of the cathedral’s north transept.
Choristers enjoy Shrove Tuesday before choir practice this morning.
From the beginning of Holy Week until well into Eastertide, Monnow Valley Arts with the Trustees of the Methodist Church collection of modern art, have organised a series of exhibitions exploring the life of Christ.
Anthony Evans head volunteer gardener at Hereford Cathedral gives us an update on what you can see as our garden comes back to life.
Congratulations to everyone who donated and helped to create Hereford Cathedral’s Apple Tree mosaic, which has been commended by the Stone Federation of Great Britain.
Former Hereford Cathedral chorister Jo Moore has been enthroned as Boy Bishop for 2012.